Tag Archives: Home Office

James Brokenshire says UK’s New Immigration System Might Not Be Points-Based

Before the EU referendum decision was made, the Vote Leave Campaigners were pushing for an Australian-style points-based system, which we previously discussed on this blog. After several weeks of continuous political changes, it has never been revealed that the UK’s … Continue reading

Home Office Plan to House Asylum Seekers in More Parts of Britain

The Home Office have confirmed that it is in talks with a number of local authorities to accept would-be refugees under the national ‘dispersal’ scheme. The scheme, which was introduced in 1999, was set up to manage the increase in … Continue reading

New Changes To Marriage And Civil Partnership Regulations

Changes to marriage and civil partnership regulations On the 2nd March 2015, changes were made to the notice period of marriage or civil partnerships in the UK. The UK has, unfortunately, seen many sham marriages and civil partnerships throughout the … Continue reading

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